Search Engine Optimization Guide

The web is full of articles that would help you on search engine optimization. Yet there is sometime a need of organized information where a beginner as well as an expert level SEO person could explore the updated posts on search engine optimization. This page is created with an idea to help everyone on beginner and advance level questions on SEO. To organize the information, I have categorize it as SEO Basics and Advance SEO.

SEO Basics: Developing an Understanding

This section answers your basic questions to search engine optimization. You might have a decent idea to SEO yet you may feel a need to develop a better understanding to search engine optimization. Below you would find questions that would navigate you to the complete answers. I have tried to write them in an interesting manner so beginners don't get bored while reading the tech jargon or buzz words. Just used common words and plain English.

  1. What is Search Engine Optimization?
  2. Why SEO is important for your Business and Blog?
  3. What kind of blogs and websites must consider doing search engine optimization?
  4. Role of your blog template in search engine optimization

Advance: Doing SEO like an Expert

Considering you have a prior understanding to basic information, this section deals with practical strategies for search engine optimization. There are mainly 5 major factors your must consider while doing SEO for your blog or website. Read it very carefully or bookmark this page to read it later as information in below given article links carries immense importance in search engine optimization.

On-page SEO

On-Page, as name says it all, is all about doing some things for search engines within an article or on that page where article is uploaded. There are a number of factors that you must consider while doing on-page SEO. Explore below given articles to know more about on-page search engine optimization.
  1. What is On-Page SEO and why it is important?
  2. On-Page SEO Factors
  3. Tools to analyze On-Page SEO

Behind-the-page SEO

Behind-the-page search engine optimization is working on coding side of a blog theme and making it sure that all the meta tags, headings, titles and alternative titles are properly mentioned. This is a must, because no matter how much effort you put on on-page or off-page SEO, a poorly coded blog theme would never give you better search engine optimization results.
  1. What is Behind-the-page SEO?
  2. How to analyze behind-the-page SEO

Off-page SEO

Off-Page SEO has everything to do with ranking your website by getting quality recommendations in the form of backlinks from other quality and relevant websites or blogs. Off-Page SEO is most important technique used to improve your ranking in Google search results for particular keywords. It is basically a way of Google to determine what other blogs or websites think of your blog. For example, if a significant amount of blogs are linking to your blog, search engines will think of your website as an important information and will rank you higher. You can read more on Off-Page SEO by exploring articles links given below.
  1. What is Off-Page SEO and how to do it?
  2. Off Page SEO Factors
  3. Tools to analyze Off-Page SEO

Index-ability factor

Index-Ability is yet another important factor that affects search engine optimization. Generally it includes how various aspects of a blog have been setup for example how pagination works, redirection are properly setup, robot.txt is properly written, .htaccess works fine, how rss feed and sitemaps are configured etc. You can read details on it by exploring the links given below.
  1. How index-ability affect SEO?
  2. How to analyze index-ability?


Thanks to the developers who have developed free as well as paid tools that help us analyzing SEO of our blogs and websites. You would find a huge number of such tools but not all SEO Tools works fine or provide solutions according to latest algorithms. Below you would see links to the most useful SEO tools.
  1. Tools to check overall SEO performance of your blog or website
  2. Tools to analyze keywords

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